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Knowledge of genetic relatedness is important in a number of genetic applications. Genetic relatedness estimates can be used to infer the relationship between individuals (e.g., mother-son, siblings... Read more

Brush-tailed possums are an ecological disaster in New Zealand. An invasive species, they eat native bird eggs, damage trees, and can even carry bovine tuberculosis - a potentially fatal disease for... Read more

 Dr. Blair Blakie and Dr. Danny Baillie at the University of Otago used NeSI computing resources to support a paper recently published in Physical Review Letters. The findings from this research were... Read more

How and when species came to be is the fundamental question in macroevolution. Attempts to answer it use a variety of data sources including genome sequences, morphology, and fossil discoveries.... Read more